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good morning, it is 7:00 a.m. saturday, january 10. here's some of the stories we're following on "action news." gunshots ring out at a chinese takeout restaurant. philadelphia police are looking for a murder suspect. the tail section of the domed airasia flight has been lifted from the water. we have world if the black boxes have been found in the wreckage. we got a mild reprieve, but now it's back to the deep freeze. details on how long we have to endure the frigid temperatures this go around. let's head outside to meteorologist chris sowers, else freezing out there right now. >> reporter: you want to hear something funny, i have an outdoor horse shoe tournament to go to after this. i have no idea how i will get through that. we had milder temperatures after we got up to above freezing. we shot up to 36 degrees, it
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wasn't that mild. 17 in philadelphia. 11 in allentown. 3 in the poconos. 17 in millville. 15 in trenton. here's what it looks like when you factor in the winds, 6 below in the mountains, 3 below in reading, 4 below in lancaster and 2 below in allentown. these windchills are going to be the thorn in the side all day we'll continue to feel the blustery chill. lunchtime it will feel like 13 in philadelphia. 7 in reading one lonely degree in the poconos. philadelphia, 17 and reading 10. these are windchills or feels-like temperatures. on a positive note we'll see sunshine sunny skies very cold that's the call from act -- accuweather. 24 degrees is the forecasted high. windchills in the mid teens all afternoon. winds out of the west at 10 to 15 miles per hour. 10:00 a.m. 18 degrees, mostly sunny. 1:00 p.m., 22 and 4:00 p.m.
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24 degrees, lots of sunshine and windchills in the teens. so the weekend is getting off to a bitter cold start. we have milder changes in the seven-day forecast. i'll talk about that, plus the wintry mix on the way for monday that's strata ahead in the full accuweather forecast. >> thanks, chris. new this morning philadelphia police are searching for a gunman who shot and killed a man at a chinese takeout. he was shot to death 56th and grown lane in kingsessing. police are looking for the killer and trying to pinpoint the motive. the victim is unidentified, his family is learning of the heartbreaking news at this hour. in the wake of the paris attacks the state department has posted a worldwide travel warning for americans. the warning americans and u.s. interests are targets of efforts to stop isis. the paris shootings came on the healings of attacks in australia
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and canada. eric holder is meeting with french leaders to discuss future attacks. hayat boumeddiene one of the attackers is a trained terrorist and played a roll in the cop killings in france. dann cuellar was at love park. >> reporter: solemnly they sank the french national anthem. some held posters in french saying we are charlie. a native of paris has lived in philadelphia for the past four years. >> with 9/11 we never understood in france what it it was to have your country attacked and feeling so vulnerable. today we realize. >> reporter: it was hard for her to hold back tears making the connection of what americans must have felt after 9/11.
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americans at the rally understand what the french are going through. >> i think when somebody does a savage and terrible attack, it's important for people throughout the world to show their voice. >> reporter: these french students had just left france returning from the winter break not knowing what happened until they landed here. >> you have to do something about it, because it can't happen like this it's not normal. >> reporter: many attending including a woman in a wheelchair raised pencil a symbolic reference to free speech. >> the personal signifies? compression. i think it's terrible the attack on the free speech. otherwise they win. the rally was organized by the consul general of france in philadelphia.
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>> people are coming out to support fudged mental values of democracy, which freedom of the press is a pillar. >> reporter: the attacks hit a nerve in the united states, there was a sense we must all stand together to fight terrorism wherever it strikes. in love park, dann cuellar channel 6 "action news." >> our coverage of the terror in france continues at, you can see photos of the dramatic scenes as police took down the terrorists along with the raw video of the hostages fleeing for safety. we'll be posting updates online throughout the weekend. there's a new development in the airasia recovery a crane hoisted the tail of 8501 to the surface of the java sea. they have not said if the black boxes were inside. they were in the tail at the time of the crash. those boxes an cockpit voice recorder and flight 2k59 -- data
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recorder could provide clues. searchers are checking to see if the pinging sound they picked up with as from one of the recorders. two construction workers were while working at a water park in the poconos. who shot them and why is under investigation. a shootout left an owner dead and three suspects wounded. it happened inside a store called she's a pistol. the shooting started when one of would-be theives punch the the owner's wife in the face. she is hospitalized with minor injuries. two of the four suspects are hospitalized in critical
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condition. a third suffered less serious injuries the 4th suspect was arrested. mitt romeny is considering a third run to the white house. its a move that surprised many loyal supporters and former staff members. romney ran for president in 2008 anticipate 2012 and lost. he said yesterday he would run a different campaign this time around. as recently as october romney said publicly he was not planning on running. meanwhile, new jersey governor chris christie plans to meet with potential supporters in the early voting state of south carolina. lawmakers and business leaders have been invited to a meet and greet on wednesday. he intends to make a decision on the gop run for president. he has come under fire at home for his support for the dallas could cowboys. he plans to attend the playoff game in green bay tomorrow, a specs person said the governor will pay for the tickets and
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travel himself this time. embattled median bill cosby was heckled during a show in canada last night. [yelling]. >> stop, stop. applause. >> protesters yelled we believe in women cosby asked them to stay calm when they did not he asked security to escort them out. cosby has denied sexual assault allegations from 15 women. there's word that former cia director david petraeus could be subject to criminal charges. federal investigators are looking into whether petraeus gave classified information to his biographer, paula broad well. he denied giving her access to
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>> three two one zero and lift off of the space x rocket with dragon continuing to resupply the international space station. >> mission accomplished, at least part of it, a few hours ago the unmanned space x rocket, but the booster came down too hard and broke off. it was the first attempt to land a booster on the ocean platform. it's carrying on shipping 5,000 pounds of supplies for the international space station. i think it's always cool to watch those things go up. >> they should have said blast off. >> reporter: you don't go one two, three go.
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it should be 3 2 1 blastoff. let's go live on sky 6. there's the view in spring mountain as the skiers are loving this. december was so miserable it was mild sought there. they have been been making snow all week long and they will continue to do so over the next week or so, before the next mild trend moves in the following week. 50 degrees, that was monday's high temperature. that wasn't too bad, and the arctic front barreled through. 24 tuesday, 24, wednesday, 19 thursday we went 26 consecutive hours above freezing and then the numbers dropped to 32. 17 in philadelphia. dewpoint 4. winds out of the west northwest at 16 miles per hour. you combine it we have
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windchills in the single digits. poconos, 3. 9 in lancaster. reading, 11. 17 in millville. 15 in trenton. 2 in philadelphia. 2 below in allentown. 4 in millville. a whopping 5 degrees in sea isle city. actually pales in comparison to what's going out here over the great lakes. these are air temperatures. as long as the wind is out of the northwest we'll tap into this air mass. from now until then we'll drive the cold air into the delaware valley. these are temperatures later this morning. 22 degrees by lunchtime in philadelphia. later this afternoon, the modeling has us up to 26. accuweather will go 24 for a high temperature today. you factor in the winds it will feel like the teens throughout the afternoon. satellite and the radar nothing going on across the mid
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atlantic. lake-effect snow warnings for portions of buffalo and lake erie and ontario they are expecting 3 to 5 feet of snow. you remember november they saw 90 inches of snow. but it's not going to be that much but they could pick up two to three feet. the appalachians protect us and the snow bands have a difficult time crossing that chain. future tracker 6 shows we're quiet, mostly sunny skies tomorrow sun increase clouds late in the day. monday the cold air is in place, the moisture starts overspreading the region. the precipitation could actually begin in the form of freezing rain ice or sleet. it will go over to rain as the day wears on, and temperatures climb above freezing. 5:00 a.m., 6:00 a.m. monday things could be slick out there. mainly rain across south jersey
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and mainly snow well north and west in the lehigh valley and the poconos. the i-95 corridor looks like a wintry mix to rain, monday morning, we'll fine tune that as we get closer and closer. sunny skies cold, 24 degrees, that's the forecasted high. here's a couple of tips for you with the bitter cold temperatures and icy cold windchills it will feel like the teens all day. it's important to bundle up in layers if you're outside for several consecutive hours the layers trap the body heat. don't forget the pets they are as vulnerable as we are. they can only handle so much cold before they start to freeze. very cold, 8 degrees outlet lying suburbs, 13 for center city. this is the last of the cold stuff and things get better as we get into the second half of the weekend and beyond. 36 degrees increasing clouds for sunday. monday very cold with a wintery
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mix moving in during the morning hours that will go over to rain as the temperatures climb above freezing. and then by afternoon look at this we're close to 40 degrees, it's a cold start somewhat mild finish. 32 tuesday wednesday 34, thursday and friday we're back in the upper 30s low 40s, it will be better, we have another cold one today. >> it's inching along. >> don't forget you can take with you. the new smart design fits any device you have, whether it's your tablet or smart phone, no matter how large or small that screen. check it out by visiting anytime anywhere. as the saying goes there's no place like home, but for seniors who need help caring for themselves it can be a challenge. in the art of aging, lisa thomas-laurey tells us about a program. >> reporter: it's the mission of st. mary in bucks county helping orderly residents stay in their homes by providing medical care
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and social services. >> i've been given a new life. >> reporter: as a senior on a fixed income she said the program helps her maintain her independence. >> i've raised five children and grandson, but they don't have to do anything for me, because i'm in this life program. >> reporter: life saint mary covers everything from health care to nutrition and farm to table program to insure seniors are getting a healthy life. >> we'll do their grocery shopping online and get food stamps for them if they are eligible for it. >> reporter: the goal of the program is to keep seniors out of nursing homes and the services can be a lifesaver. >> i don't think without my medication that i am getting here and bringing it directly to my home, i don't think i would
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it's designed to educate an entertain the public about pellets. there's a petting zoo and opportunity for adoptions happening from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. and tomorrow 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. admission $12 for adults and $5 for children age also 11 and kids under age three free. are you a person who doesn't take down your decorations until january? you're not alone, this is the last weekend for the christmas delay at longwood gardens, it will be available today and tomorrow from 9:00 a.m. to 10:00 p.m. and then it's gone. that's a look at what's happening in and around our area sports is next.
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>> reporter: welcome back everyone, 7:24 saturday morning, the day planner is frigid. 8:00 a.m., 15 degrees. lots of sunshine, windchills in the single digits. 10:00 a.m. windchills upper single digits and low 20s. one thing we have not seen much of this winter is snow. we've seen only 1.6 inches. on average we should be 5.2. last year at this time we were over 20 inches. we've seen a decent amount of cold but no snow. the pattern this weekend will be icy cold driving the cold northwesterly wind down, but we get into next weekend and beyond the pattern goes like this again and that is mild no snow from next weekend on.
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snow lovers not happy. in sports, the flyers and bruins face off college hoops temple had as a home tipoff against tulsa and the sixers won last night. jeff skeverski has that and chip kelly the pitch man. >> reporter: you can take all the shots you want at the sixers the wester shooting team in the nba -- the worst shooting team in the nba and the youngest in team historical. but they have the most heart. wake up, you'll want to see this. down as many as 13, back they come. rotten up to 25 seconds left, lopez ties it at 88. so other way sixers with the ball they run down the clock final seconds michael carter williams what a pass to nerlens
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noel. sixers win 90-88. it's their 6th win. they face indiana later today. >> college football national championship game is set for monday and a player from voorhees, new jersey is a big reason. ohio state is one win away from the tidal. voorhees native ely apple is a red shirt freshman the number one prospect out of eastern high school. his jersey hangs in the hallway. his family is heading to arlington, texas to root him on against oregon. >> you never think my kid is going to be a super star. you realize they are a kid you nurture their love of the sport and enjoy it as a family and allow it to take him as far as it can it's taking him to the national championship game. that's awesome. the national title game on
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espn at 8:30. championship -- chip kelly is planning to be there too who appears to be a no nonsense hardcore financial guy who makes fun of himself. >> hi, i'm chip kelly. >> nobody cares. toast corn ships in ten different commercials leading up to the super bowl. you'll be thinking of chip next time you go to the supermarket. a painful, blistering rash. if you had chicken pox the shingles virus is already inside you. 1 in 3 people will get shingles in their lifetime.
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>> the search is on for a man who walked into a south philadelphia walmart and took off with a tv overnight. french officials try to figure out how to avoid a repeat of the deadly attacks while it is search continues for hayat boumeddiene. sky6 live hd showing us the sun coming up over camden. the sun is not helping meteorologist chris sowers right now it's freezing cold 0 outside. >> reporter: it's cold out here, but when the wind hits you it's unbearable. you freeze for a second until
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the winds stops and you go back to do what you were doing. it's one of the those mornings. let's look at the numbers. it's icy cold, 17 degrees in philadelphia. 11 in allentown. 11 in reading, 9 in lancaster and 17 in millville. you factor in the wind feels like 2 in philadelphia. 3 below in reading. 4 below in lancaster and 3 degrees down in dover. and wisms -- windchills all day will be icy cold. 13 degrees by lunchtime, 17 by 6:30. even though the temperatures will get into the 20s which is well below average the windchills will be stuck in the teens. it will feel bitter cold out here you'll have to bundle up in layers if you spend an extended period of time out doors. 24 degrees is the forecasted high. again, windchills are stuck in the teens. tomorrow it's better, you remember yesterday we climbed up
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to 36 it felt pretty good. we hit 36 tomorrow. we have the wintry mix to contend with monday morning just in time for the morning comiet i'll focus -- commute i'll focus on that when i come back in. a firefighter had a fall on an -- a firefighter put salt on an icy sidewalk after a fire on oxford avenue. french officials are trying to prevent tragedy again the manhunt continues at this hour for the accomplice. abc has more on how the tense hostage situation unfolded.
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a day of terror in france ending with that that flash. hostages running for their lives at the scene of one of two standoffs that left three accused terrorists dead. the first at this printing factory near charles de gaulle airport. cherif and said kouachi holed up for showers coming outside and shooting at officers before the gun battle that left both brothers dead one called a french tv station. another called that television station from -- police say the man who killed the officer thursday was holding hostages at this supermarket in paris saying he synchronized the attack with
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the brothers. his accomplice is still on the run. french president saying the county remains on high alert. >> france knows it is not over yet. >> reporter: al qaeda in yemen claims the responsibility for the terror attack at charlie hebdo newspaper earlier this week. >> many gathered for solemn vigil not just for the victim of the terror attacks but the people of france, democracy and the freedom of speech of speech. more than 200 french americans gathered in love park. they held candle and posters that read in french we are charlie. among those there was a native of paris. >> with 9/11 we never really understood in france what it it
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was like to have your country attacked and feeling so vulnerable, i think today we realize. >> many of those attending raised pencil a symbolic reference to freedom of speech. >> the attacks in paris are resonating here at home and americans traveling abroad. the fbi is warning that isis and al qaeda are urging fighters to attack in the west. the state department issued a worldwide caution alert 3 months ahead of schedule because of of the terrorists violence. overseas attacks create a concern of copycat crime. >> they are interested in the notariety than the true commitment to any ideology. >> officials want to reenforce the important message, if you see something say something they say it's key to stopping
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terror in its tracks. our coverage of the terror in france continues at you can see photos of the dramatic scenes as police took down the terrorists along with raw video of the hostages fleeing for safety. we'll be posting updates online throughout the weekend. philadelphia police are looking for a brazen robber who flarbled -- flashed a gun and made off with a tv overnight at the walmart store. the man dressed in black walked out of the store carrying a tv. when he was approached by a security guard the man pulled out a handgun and pointed it at the guard. the guard backed off and went inside and called 911. the the charlie manuel got -- the man got away. firefighters were called to washington avenue around 10:00 p.m.
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you can see smoke pouring from the roof of the large home. so far no word on the extent of the injuries, the cause is under investigation. the gloucester county prosecutor's office said a 25-year-old father is behind bars for shaking his infant daughter. the baby suffered a skull fracture. michael rodriguez lives with the family in malaga. this is video from our tv partners at uni vision. the 8-month-old girl was hospitalize toed -- hospitalized for more than a month. she is undergoing rehabilitation. a burlington county family is desperately searching for their loved one. 26-year-old erica cross bow has not been -- crosby has not been soon since december 30th. last night family gathered to hold signs expressing their love
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for crosby and conduct their own search for the mother of two. the family said her car a cranberry redford is nissing and now her husband kyle is gone, as well. the family fears the worst. >> if you killed my sister, let me bury my sister, let me do that if that's what you did you can run, i don't come what you do, i don't care if you getaway. i meant her home. >> the family things the police should have done more to question him before he went missing. attorney general kathleen kane said she has done nothing illegal. that was the response to the report that she should be charged with purjury and other criminal charges. she is accused of leaking grand jury information to a newspaper. she said this seems to be
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another political attack on my attempt to clean up harrisburg and the political culture. the atlantic city race course is in its final stretch. the horse racing track said it will close down next friday after 70 years in business. grace kelly's father was one of the founders. the current owner blames the continuing decline in the horse racing industry and lagging economy around atlantic city and alternatives to make money. senator harry reid has not returned to congress after an accident in his home. a car other than is at a water main break and the water encases the car in ice. meteorologist chris sowers has the exclusive accuweather
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>> traffic is moving on i-80 a tractor-trailer jackknifed in mercer county. a car came along and clipped the semi. that crashed happened as it was snowing. no word if weather caused the accident. a water main break in the bitter cold left a car encased in ice frozen to the street. this is near pittsburgh. temperatures are in the single digits in pittsburgh, combined with the wind it feels like
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below zero. >> reporter: i don't think he is getting in the car. >> remember all those people in chicago a couple of years ago? >> reporter: i actually went through it, yeah. you get that spray coming off the lake and the next thing you know the car is frozen. actually that's what we saw down the shore on thursday, we had that frozen spray advisory. it made for wonderful pictures, as we look at the frozen tundz tundz -- tundra, that's penns landing. storm tracker 6 live double scan crystal clear no issues today. tomorrow nice and quiet, as well. 17 degrees dewpoint, minus 4. millville, 17. trenton, 15 with a windchill of
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zero. feels like 4 in millville. 2 in philadelphia. and minus 6 in the poconos. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, shows clear skies, a very small area of high pressure is moving along the mason dixon line. that will provide us with sunshine today. by the time we get into sunday, some of the moisture across the gulf you gulf coast -- gulf coast states will charge to the northeast. it will push the cold air away and warm things up, the majority of this events come monday morning will be the form of rain and not snow, the exception being the lehigh valley and the poconos. everybody else starts out as a wintery mix and goes to rain. i'll touch on that in a minute. temperature-wise the entire county feeling the deep freeze, jacksonville it was snowing there, flurries, to see that is impressive. dallas 31, one below in chicago, and 11 below in
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bismarck. we're sitting at 17. future tracker 6 no issues other than sun glare. sunday starting out with sun increasing clouds, sunday is a quiet day. sunday night into monday morning, i was reluctant to show you this, because i don't agree. there will be a line of frozen precipitation, and rain south and east. you'll see the icing taking place along the i-95 corridor. it will look like it's raining but freezing on contact. north western suburbs far northwestern suburbs. this is a rain event fore glassboro, millville, atlantic city temperatures by monday afternoon will be in the upper 30s by then. reading, 19. 18 in allentown. 24 in philadelphia. the normal high is 40.
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millville, 24. cape may 25. you factor in the winds it will feel like the teens just about all day long, dress accordingly in layers. the exclusive accuweather seven-day forecast, 24 today 36 degrees for sunday. increasing clouds, maybe that wintry mix moving in after midnight sunday night into monday morning and eventsly going over to rain. 38 degrees. tuesday, 32. clouds and sun wednesday 34. thursday and friday, 39, 38 degrees next week the jet stream flattens out we see pacific air dominate the county that's what happened all of december. if you're not a fan of the cold, you'll like what happens next weekend and on. >> a brand new fyi philly is coming your way on 6abc. here's melissa magee and karen rogers with a preview. >> reporter: we check out the 50 best restaurants list seven on
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>> good morning again 7:49, a chilly 19 degrees outside. sky6 live hd looking at cape may, new jersey, seeing the water and the beach, a lot of us dreaming of summertime as we freeze in january. 19 cases of the measels are linked to disney theme parks in california. health officials say the patients visited disneyland or
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disney california at venture between december 14th and december 20th. it lives in the person's nose and throat mucous and spreads through coughing and sneezing. disney owes 6abc. senator harry reid said he doesn't know if he will ever see out of his injured eye. the minority leader was hurt while exercising a resistance band on a workout machine crashed and sending him into a cabinet. he is being treat for concussion and broken ribs. in "healthcheck" this morning, here's another reason to encourage your kids to unplug at night. in a study of 2,000 children, those who have gadgets in their bedroom get less sleep at night. the children reported feeling
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less well rested in the morning. the study can be found in the journal peed pediatrics. strict bed rest for children after concussion does not have any benefit. researcher also -- researchers looked at 90 children, children in the five day group reported longer recovery compared to the children with routine recommendations of one to two days. if you're goal is to lose wait in the new year, some researchers from finland say you should raise yourself every wednesday. they followed 40 adults and weighed them 129 times over the year. wednesday is the day your weight is least likely to infrastructures wait. many gain pounds over the weekend and lose it during the week. other competitors agree with that but the key is to be consistent. >> the same scale same amount
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of clothing, same time of day, same time of week, that's what i recommend. keep it consistent. now if you're trying to lose wait weight, weigh yourself once a week, do it same time using the same scale. if you want to way yourself daily, it's best to take the average of the weight. if you lose one or two pounds a week you're more likely to keep it off than a large amount quickly. u.s. world report looked at the best diets. weight watcher was the best for shedding pounds. jenny craig was the second best. the top diet for the 5th year in a row was the dash diet. it's lowers blood pressure by focusing lg on portion control and balancing protein and carbs.
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>> a family in tulsa oklahoma learned that their beloved dog has expensive taste in treats. their labrador puppy swallowed the owners engagement ring and wedding band. the dog is more like a goat than a dog. the vet retrieved the rings the lesson for the dog owner don't leave expensive jewelry where the dog can see the shiny items. >> how did they realize the dog swallowed the rings. >> reporter: they probably couldn't find it. >> and they saw the dog and
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they were like -- he had probably eaten other things. >> reporter: here's the forecast for today mostly sunny bitterly cold, 24 degrees is the forecasted high. windchills stuck in the teens. so it's just going to be an extremely cold day. bundle up in layers. sunday 36 degrees, not as cold, but increasing clouds that will give way to a little bit of mixture of snow and ice as we get into monday morning with highs in the upper 30s by monday afternoon. >> thanks, chris, it is 7:56 we're just a few minutes away from saying good morning to "good morning america." >> reporter: come you mean on "g.m.a." she is the most wanted woman on earth the wife of one of the terrorists killed in france. she is on the run this as french officials are calling for stream vigilance. we have severe weather
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stretching from montana to massachusetts and meteorologist rob rob marciano and is here. in the bill cosby saga, organized protesters managed to get inside one of the shows how he handled it. police are looking for a gun ma who shot and killed a customer at a chinese takeout. now for chris sowers and the inthier "action news" team, i'm eva pilgrim, have a great saturday happy birthday to neil our floor director.
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what's with the suit? oh, i had to go to the bank. if you look legit they give you special treatment. seriously? seriously, yeah. the banker dude set up my checking account so if i make one deposit a month, no monthly maintenance fee. special treatment! citizens bank, right? yep. you know they do that one deposit checking thing for everyone, right? got mustard on your suit. actually, it's your suit. one deposit checking. only from citizens bank. one deposit of any amount each statement period waives the monthly maintenance fee.
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good mornings, america. breaking right now, terrorist on the run. the massive hunt for this woman at the center of the terror in france. [ gunfire ] the bloody endings to the twin hostage situations. terrified shoppers running for their lives. meanwhile, the explosive conclusion to the siege at a factory the terrorists who massacred those workers at a satire magazine going out with guns blazing, this, as al qaeda claims responsibility. caught on camera. horror on the highway. nearly 200 vehicles in a massive pileup. cars and trucks slamming into one another, unable to stop. a truck hauling fireworks caught in the middle. and the driving danger today. close but no cigar.


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